Carolyn Boucek

Associate

Overview

Carolyn concentrates her practice in the areas of litigation, bankruptcy, and restructuring.

In her litigation practice, she has experience drafting crucial case documents such as complaints, discovery, pre-trial statements, and motions for clients in a variety of industries. She assists clients navigate commercial disputes such as shareholder derivative actions, contract disputes, arbitrations, and issues of corporate governance. She also has experience conducting focus groups to optimize client outcomes. Carolyn has experience assisting clients with issues involving the Healthcare Quality Improvement Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Pennsylvania Business Corporation Law, product liability, and class action lawsuits.

In her bankruptcy practice, Carolyn has worked on a number of adversarial proceedings as well as claims settlements. Additionally, she has worked on motion practice concerning plan confirmation and modification. In the context of out-of-court restructurings, she has worked on a number of ethanol projects as well as retail restructurings.

While in law school, Carolyn was a co-recipient of the CALI Excellent for the Future Awards in International Criminal Law and Constitutional Law of the European Union. She also worked as a research associate at the Avon Global Center for Women and Justice (now known as the Cornell Center for Women and Justice).

Representative Matters

  • Represents individuals and corporations helping them to navigate complex commercial disputes such as breaches of contract, class actions, and shareholder derivative actions.  

Professional Affiliations

  • Allegheny County Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • Reading is FUNdamental Pittsburgh, elementary school reading mentor
  • Upper St. Clair Youth Steering Committee volunteer